In celebration of National Pizza Month in October, Grimaldi’s Pizzeria is adding giant slices to their lunch menu for the first time in its history. For $9.99, diners can indulge in the Traditional Pizza or White with Garlic giant slice, a personal House or Caesar salad and a fountain soda or iced tea. Up to three toppings can be added to a giant slice at 75¢ each. The Slices ASAP lunch special is available dine-in only from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily and is being served with busy lunch hour schedules in mind. Available at all locations excluding NY, NJ, AL and the Palazzo in Las Vegas.
“We are thrilled to introduce Grimaldi’s Slices ASAP to our guests for the first time in company history, and we felt there was no better time than during National Pizza Month,” says Grimaldi’s Pizzeria CEO Joseph Ciolli. “We know our guests love the quality of our coal brick-oven pizzas and our superb dining experience, but also have time constraints during their busy lunch hours. Knowing that speed of service is key to a successful lunch program, our operations team streamlined processes to ensure guests can enjoy Grimaldi’s giant pizza slices during their lunch hour.”
In addition to the Slices ASAP promotion, Grimaldi’s is proud to be expanding its partnership with No Kid Hungry by implementing the “Gift A Meal” program at locations nationwide. For each guest who takes a photo of their meal at Grimaldi’s and uploads it via the QR code displayed on tables throughout the restaurant from October 2 through December 31, Grimaldi’s will provide a meal through No Kid Hungry. Grimaldi’s and No Kid Hungry have partnered for the past 12 years, raising over $60,000 in September 2023 alone through their annual fundraising campaign and with over $1.1 million raised since 2012.
This year, Grimaldi’s is celebrating 20 years since its expansion beyond New York to neighborhoods across the United States. Grimaldi’s first location outside of New York opened in Scottsdale, AZ on February 14, 2003, and continues to be one of its busiest locations. Over the past two decades, Grimaldi’s has become a household name recognized for its traditional coal fired, brick-oven pizza and casual, yet upscale New York-themed restaurants. Key to the brand’s success is its continued commitment to pizza-making traditions originating in Brooklyn over 100 years ago.